Most aboriginal paintings have this symbol, which depicts how people participate in ceremonies, camp, hunt, travel, and gather. A series of concentric circles occupied by aboriginal people is frequently shown as this symbol. These paintings are frequently connected with fertility and portray a country’s fertile region. Each mark on this emblem has a specific meaning:
Windbreaks are represented by the ovals on the sides, fires are represented by the three dashes, and an aboriginal man is represented by the top oval mark in the center, a baby is represented by the middle oval mark, and a woman is represented by the bottom oval mark.